#43: Brainy > Popular

Hey friends,

This week, an NHS Trust pioneers the use of virtual reality to deliver safeguarding training, brain-computer interface software that has allowed a patient locked-in with ALS to communicate receives European seal of approval, and is popular research always so reliable?

News Bites 🥪

💃 Overture Life, the startup democratising IVF treatment with automation, has raised $15m in Series B funding led by Octopus Ventures

🦿Eventum Orthopaedics, whose sensor technology could improve outcomes for those having knee replacements, has raised £1.4m

👾 NHS Trust harnesses the power of virtual reality to deliver safeguarding training

🇪🇺 Brain-computer interface software, NeuroKey BCI, that allows locked-in ALS patient to communicate earns European CE approval

🧠 Is popular research always so reliable?

What to Listen to 🔊

The Healthtech Podcast: The Story of Oto with Dr Edmund Farrar

This week, James is joined by Dr Edmund Farrar, an ex-RAF doctor and co-founder of Oto. Oto is a treatment platform for tinnitus patients…

Digital Health Unplugged: A view from the Pitchfest finalists

Tune in to hear from the four finalists of this year's Digital Health Rewired Pitchfest competition. They talk about how the pandemic has revolutionised healthcare and provide tips for other startups working in the NHS.

Guests include: Dr Ash Kalraiya – CEO MediShout, Dr Mridula Pore – CEO Peppy Health, Dr Dafydd Loughran – CEO Concentric Health, Dr Stephen Katebe – Director Tekihealth Solutions

Opportunities 💰

1️⃣ Digital health startup, Okko Health, is looking for a Non-Executive Director

2️⃣ Metadvice, a global health technology startup, is hiring a Clinical Product Lead